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“Template schedule of loss for your Employment Tribunal Claim”

The Schedule of Loss is also called the Statement of Remedy. A Schedule of Loss is very important for your Employment Tribunal claim. It is a document which tells the Employment Tribunal how much you think you should be paid if you are successful. The Employment Tribunal will usually order you to show how you have calculated each amount you are claiming for your losses. The schedule of loss calculates a payment for each different type of loss. The losses are called ’Heads of Loss’ or ’Heads of Damage’, and your schedule of loss will show how much you are claiming under each head of loss. Losses are calculated on gross pay for the Basic Award and net pay for the Compensatory Award. The guides in this section, tell you what you can legitimately claim for, and how to go about it.

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  • How to prepare your schedule of loss for the Employment Tribunal by: Employee Rescue £29.99

    This guide helps you to prepare your Schedule of Loss (also called the Statement of Remedy). It is very important for your Employment Tribunal claim since it tells the Judge how much you think you should be paid if you are successful……flip the book over for more

     


  • How to use the discrimination questions procedure by: Employee Rescue £29.99

    Asking discrimination questions through the Questions Procedure is a way of getting information from your Employer about discrimination you have suffered at work.   It is important for gathering evidence to support your case….flip the book for more

     

     

     


  • Schedule of loss spreadsheet – Discrimination by: Employee Rescue £17.99

    The Schedule of Loss tells the Employment Tribunal how much you think you should be paid if you are successful.  If your discrimination claim is successful, the Employment Tribunal will order your Employer to pay you compensation. In discrimination, compensation is meant to place you in the same position you would have been in if your employer had not discriminated against you. There is no limit on the amount of compensation that the Employment Tribunal can award for discrimination. Compensation is made up of your financial lost, interest as well as any of these types of compensation, depending on the facts of your case;

    Injury to feelings for the upset, hurt and distress that your Employer has caused you.  This can range from £750 up to £30,000 depending on how serious your Employer’s actions were.

    Personal injury is where the unlawful discrimination of your Employer caused you physical or mental injury. The award is made according to guidelines issued by the Judicial College Guidelines for the Assessment of damages in Personal Injury cases.

    Aggravated damages is awarded where your Employer has acted in a particularly malicious, insulting or oppressive way.

    Exemplary damages are very rarely awarded by the Employment Tribunal. They are intended to punish a state Employer where the actions were “oppressive, arbitrary or unconstitutional.

     

    This Discrimination Schedule of Loss spreadsheet helps you calculate all of the above. Your heads of loss are easy to calculate with formulas for adjustments such as the ACAS uplift and grossing up options at a nominal 20% or 40% tax rate built in.

     


  • Schedule of loss spreadsheet – Unfair Dismissal by: Employee Rescue £17.99

    The schedule of loss calculates a payment for each different type of loss. The losses are called ’Heads of Loss’ or ’Heads of Damage’, and your schedule of loss will show how much you are claiming under each head of loss. Losses are calculated on gross pay for the Basic Award and net pay for the Compensatory Award. The schedule of loss is made up of;

    1. The Basic Award or Redundancy Payment
    2. The Compensatory Award.

    The following heads of loss come under the Compensatory Award;

    • Wages/Salary due
    • Payment in lieu of notice
    • Outstanding holiday pay
    • Past loss of earnings
    • Future loss of earnings
    • Loss of future pension entitlements
    • Where you are claiming discrimination, it will include injury to feelings aggravated or exemplary damages, damages for personal injury
    • Any Employment Tribunal fee you have paid

    This Excel Spreadsheet has been developed specifically for an unfair dismissal claim. Use it with the guide to calculate your Basic and Compensatory Award with precision. With this spreadsheet, your heads of loss are easy to calculate with formulas for adjustments such as the ACAS uplift and grossing up options at a nominal 20% or 40% tax rate built in.